As an acupuncturist or massage therapist, you will be Googled - by potential patients, business partners, the press and anyone else conducting research on you and your practice.
BrandYourself.com teamed up with The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine to present the webinar "Brand Yourself!" to help acupuncturists and massage therapists grow their practice by building a positive online personal brand. We show you how to create and maintain a positive online presence, protect yourself from negative influences and optimize your exposure to new clients with Google results that help you stand out!
Ask yourself one question, and answer it honestly before watching this webinar: Think of the last 10 corrective actions implemented in your company. On a scale from 1-10, how likely is the same problem to reoccur? How many of them have already reoccurred?
If your answer is higher than 2 or 3, then your company, like most companies, is probably bleeding money because of ineffective Root Cause Analysis/Corrective & Preventive Actions. If the corrective actions you are thinking of have potentially serious consequences, then even 1 or 2 might be too high.
This 1 hour webinar will give a brief introduction to Root Cause Analysis and Corrective & Preventive action. We will also discuss the top three most common mistakes made when writing and implementing corrective and preventive action plans and give real-world example of how to overcome them.
Participants of this webinar will also receive a $300 discount off any of our 2-day Root Cause Analysis, Corrective and Preventive Action classes.
About the presenter:
Stephanie Budge has over 15 years of hands on experience in the many diverse aspects of the quality system management field; including FDA inspections, ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 Registrar audits and all supporting quality system processes.
A career Quality Manager, she is able to provide valuable insight on the many diverse interactions of processes and how they comply with the FDA regulations as well as international regulations and standards with emphasis on Root Cause Analysis, Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA) Complaints, Non-Conformance, supplier corrective actions and internal and external auditing and training.
Stephanie is an RABQSA (Exemplar Global) certified instructor. She is also certified as both a Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) and Certified Biomedical Auditor (CBA). She has contracted with various companies to perform required internal audits to prepare for FDA inspections, train employees on GMP compliance, and training for internal and lead auditors
The new ISO standards are coming, and we all know it. But just because you know something is coming, doesn't mean you have all of the answers you need. The truth is, we don't have all of the answers either, but most of the important changes have been established and many of the questions on your mind have answers. In this webinar we will answer the following questions:
Who are the next ISO standards going to affect? Who is responsible for making those changes?
What major changes have been, or are likely to be made? What can I, and should I, be doing about it now?
When will the new standards be available? When will they be published? How Long will my organization have to transition?
Why are they revising the standards now? Why should I care?
How is this going to affect me? How can I prepare myself and my organization?
About the presenter:
Darwin Millet Jr. is the owner and a Principal Consultant for Axeon. He is an Exemplar Global (RABQSA) Principal Auditor, and an RABQSA Certified Instructor for ISO 9001, ISO 13485, AS9100, AS9110, ISO 14001 and TS 16949. He is also the author of many of Axeon's trainings on subjects such as: Risk Management (ISO 14971 and 31000), Root Cause Analysis & Corrective and Preventive Action, cGMP, Configuration Management, ANSE 649B, Process Mapping, etc.
Mr. Millet has bought, managed, merged and sold businesses in heavy construction, aerospace/defense, design and fabrication engineering, injection molding, medical device, general contracting, off-shore computer services, holistic health care, transportation, health insurance claims and consulting.
Join Eric Kimberling, managing partner of Panorama Consulting Solutions, for a 60-minute, interactive webinar discussing the necessity of business process reengineering in an ERP implementation. Well-conceived and executed business process management gives organizations the opportunity to gain true efficiencies and improvements – but only if they know how to take advantage of it. Topics of discussion include:
- The role of business process reengineering in ERP implementations
- Key differences between business process reengineering and business blueprinting
- The illusion of “pre-configured solutions” and “industry best practices”
- Overview of organizational change related to ERP implementations and business process redesign
- Question and answer session
This webinar is a must for organizations intent on reaping measurable business benefits and ROI from their ERP implementations.
Description: Business Process Management (BPM) technology offers you the capability to better manage and streamline your business processes. jBPM5 continues its vision in this area by offering an open-source, lightweight, embeddable process engine for executing business processes. Combined with the necessary services and tooling, this allows not only developers but also business users to manage your processes more efficiently throughout their entire lifecycle. A lot is happening in the BPM area as well, with the introduction of the BPMN 2.0 standard, the increasing interest in more dynamic and adaptive processes, integration with business rules and event processing, etc. This presentation will show you how jBPM5 tackles these challenges and give you an overview of the most important features.
Presenter: Kris Verlaenen is leading the jBPM5 effort. He is also one of the core developers of the Drools project, to which he started contributing in 2006. After finishing his PhD in Computer Science in 2008, he joined JBoss full-time and became the Drools Flow lead. He also has a keen interest in the healthcare domain, one of the areas that have already shown to have a great need for a unified process, rule and event processing framework.